Occupy Endgame: law enforcement arrests 1%’s War, economic criminals

source: Carl Herman The brilliant 2-minute video from Waiting for the Storm below is a message for police, sheriff, and military law enforcement to arrest US political, economic, and corporate “leadership” who have committed obvious crimes. Occupy’s endgame, in retrospect, will be obvious: after a period of “emperor has no clothes” expository communication from independent Internet […]

University of Maryland Police will join efforts to make staff members feel safer

Solomon Comissiong at a forum with university workers who complain of workplace abuse, harrassment and sexual abuse from management at UMD   I have written extensively about the problems that plague employees at the University of Maryland on several occasions.  The workplace abuse heaped on them by a crooked administration, cronyism and patronage has been […]

Lessons, What Can We Learn From Egypt?

The BBC is trying to get comments from their people in Egypt this a.m.  Their communication is repeatedly being cut off.  Mubarak is gone, but look who is in place—the military.  The military was a close ally of Mubarak for thirty years.  I understand what the demands of the people over there are.  They were […]

Facebook's ever changing privacy policies

I’m not upset that I deleted my Facebook page. I never really got much out of it and I felt like I was constantly spending time on Facebook just fixing the privacy settings that were always changing. Now comes details that Facebook is planning on invading the privacy of its users further by making available […]

Philosophy of Media and Technology

In my internet wondering I recently came across a college course called Philosophy of Media and Technology, taught by Dr. David L. Hildebrand at the University of Colorado Denver. An excerpt of his course description reads; “As we are constantly reminded, we live in an ever-accelerating “Information Age,” an era of rapidly shifting images and […]